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JC Voices and JCJC Concert Choir perform in Laurel

The following is a news release from Jones County Junior College:

First Baptist Church of Laurel is hosting the Jones County Junior College Concert Choir and the JC Voices ensemble's spring concert on April 21, at 6 p.m.  The concert is free and open to the public and will feature selections by Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Orban, Lauridsen, Moses Hogan, and many other composers.

The concert choir, conducted by Dr. Susan Smith, will sing a variety of music including the famous Regina Coeli, K. 276 by Mozart; Bogoroditsye, Devo, Raduisya by Rachmaninoff; the beautiful Paul Basler hymn arrangement of Psalm 23, accompanied on organ by JCJC piano and organ instructor, Kay Guiles and JCJC brass instructor, Patrick Richards on the French horn and the rousing spirituals Wade in the Water and Ain't No Grave.

This eclectic concert will also feature JC Voices singing a cappella jazz selections from their recent Java and Jazz concert. For more information about the concert, call the Fine Arts Department at 601-477-4094.

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